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Jan 5, 2010 12:30am EST
say over time it could become more difficult for the united states to enact its regulations in other cups. >> they should use ways that are actually effective. >> reporter: one former special agent says that focusing on entire countries rather than individuals casts a wide net that a terrorist could slip through. >> what we've seen from these latest incidents is that really the government needs to start focusing more resources on people who they do have some reason to believe are actually involved in misconduct. >> reporter: still, most passengers say despite the delays they don't have a choice so they are willing to put up with the extra screenings. >>> that was tom fitzgerald reporting. >>> president obama will meet with his top security advisers tomorrow. it is not clear on the measures that will be announced. >>> and fallout from a scare at newark airport, with a man walking the wrong way yesterday, causing massive delays. well now the security in the area is reassigned. the man who walked through the security has not been identified nor located. officers didn't find anything sus
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